Update as of February 23:

We've recently launched expanded functionality for Meeting Template Shortcuts, which you may think of as Slash Commands. This article covers the primary differences you can expect if you used the Meeting Template Shortcuts prior to this.

Expanded Functionality for Meeting Template Shortcuts
When you use a Meeting Template shortcut to schedule over email and Slack, x.ai automatically uses your saved preferences to generate available time options.

You can now include additional meeting details alongside the shortcut, and x.ai will adjust your preferences automatically:

  • Add date & time ranges or include a specific date and time

  • Customize the meeting title, duration, and location

  • Indicate whether any guests should be marked as optional

Previously, the scheduling system would ignore any additional details, but now you can provide any meeting information as needed.

Here are some examples of what this might look like:

Scheduler, find 45 minutes next week between 2-5pm for a /onboarding meeting over Zoom and call it “Product Education Session 1”

Scheduler, send an invite for /onboarding at 3:15pm on Tuesday.

Scheduler, find 45 minutes for a /onboarding meeting over Zoom and call it “Product Education Session 1”. Josh is optional.

Manage Your Email Scheduling Settings

When you schedule with a Meeting Template Shortcut, you will now receive a confirmation email before times are sent to your guest(s). If you prefer, you can turn this OFF in your Meeting Template settings.

When you use a Meeting Template shortcut, x.ai will now automatically look for additional details. If you are using a Meeting Template shortcut in an automated workflow, you can change this template setting to ensure meetings are scheduled only using the template’s preferences.

If you want to update your settings so that you don't receive a confirmation email and only the template's preferences are used, you can update your settings to the following configuration:

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